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Offline Frank Pellow

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An article on this subject written by me appears on pages 30 through 33 in the 2014 April-May issue of Canadian Woodworking & Home Improvement magazine.

Here is a photo showing material at the start and at the end of the article:

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Offline Frank Pellow

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Cheers,   
               Frank (Festool connoisseur)

Offline Sal LiVecchi

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Frank.  As always fantastic job  [thumbs up]

Sal
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CONGRATULATIONS FRANK!

I love to see you mixing materials.

Peter

Offline Wonderwino

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Congratulations on getting published!  Did you make enough to buy more tools?   [big grin]
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Offline Frank Pellow

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Congratulations on getting published!  Did you make enough to buy more tools?   [big grin]

Thanks.

Actually, they did pay me a little bit.  There is sufficient to purchase two or three Veritas planes (depending, of course, on which ones I choose).
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Offline ivanhoe

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Great article! I enjoyed the stained glass

Offline Jasonj888

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I worked at a newspaper for many years and did a variety of things, including writing a couple home improvement stories. It's great to see your name in print and the connections you can make from writing are quite amazing. I hope you get positive feedback and keep doing it.

Offline fritter63

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Nice job Frank! I did one with embedded slate (there's a thread here somewhere) but never thought about stained glass.


Hmm... where else could I put a gate... ;)